Nylamp Wasi Surf Camp
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Having spent a few chilly nights in the Andes, we welcome the warmth of the coast. Huanchaco is very popular with both local and international tourists, especially surfers as the waves are good and the lifestyle laid back.
I pass up the opportunity of surf lessons as I'm feeling particularly lazy at this point, and from what I can remember …
This morning we took a walk around the neighborhood. Everyone here lives behind high walls, some topped with electric wire or razor wire because of security. Here are some pictures of the neighborhood.
... around 20C and never got to the forecasted 25C. Besides never feeling rain, my guess is they rarely see the sun for months on end as the fog and mist surround this... desert. We met two lovely ladies on our "private tours", Jen originally from São Paulo but now resides in Boston, and Shamen from England. We ended the night with a Pisco Sour in the hotel bar. Meanwhile, our neighbors Paul and Nancy are currently in the air on their way from ...
... skeletons which call this place home. Finally we had arrived in Peru's sprawling capital, nearly 9 million people live here, that's almost a third of the population! We had been warned to be careful and we were, sticking to the Miraflores and Downtown areas and not carrying bags or anything of value other than the camera and a little money. Miraflores is a nice area with lots of cafe's, restaurants and nice apartments overlooking the sea. To get Downtown ...
... br> this led him to acquire an extensive collection of pre-columbian
treasure, as well as the many weapons on display.
The Tumi cuchillo, (knife in Spanish),
is the most important piece of his collection in the Gold Museum. It
represents uses for both religious, and medicinal purposes. It was
used by the Lambayeque, during the period of 900 -1450 AD.
“The high priest used the Tumi for
sacrifices. The sacrifices ...